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Abyone Interested In Eastbound Transat From Antigua Or St-maarten Next Week ? Deckhands Welcome, Basic Sailing
Knowledge Sufficient. The Yacht Is A 380 Lagoon Catamaran
Very Well Equipped, Two Skippers Onboard Can Take 2 More
Sailors For Delivery Algarve/canaries Range. For More Info
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Just curious, are you looking for unpaid crew, paying crew or paid crew???

Also, will you be paying for food, fuel, marina fees, air transport???
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Transat Crew, Yr Enquiry

All Costs Such As Marina, Fuel, Food Etc Are ´paid For,
Airtickets Home To European Destinations.
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How about airtickets to Antigua or St. Maarten??

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All Costs Such As Marina, Fuel, Food Etc Are ´paid For,
Airtickets Home To European Destinations.
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Would you be willing to consider an absolute sailing beginner? I have been using powerboats all my life however I have never sailed before. I recently obtained my STCW BST certificate and would like to gain miles and learn as much as possible so I can hopefully get into the industry. I am a hard worker and am willing to listen and learn if given the chance.
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